NEW YORK — Entrepreneur Michel Germain has a lofty aim with his fourth fragrance: "revealing a woman’s personal feelings of beauty and perfection."
The scent, Immaculate, launches today in 26 Bloomingdale’s doors — and Germain, a former electrical engineer-turned-entrepreneur from Ottawa, Canada, feels its point of difference is in its claim of being all natural, not to mention the fact that it comes in a bottle revealing a girl’s best friend, a diamond.
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